Andrew Huffer has over 25 years experience in working with organisations, businesses, managers and communities and at a state, national and international level. He designs and delivers specialist engagement processes, with a focus on facilitating open decision making processes and skill development of clients. He has delivered presentations and workshops at a number of state, national and international conferences.
Let’s jump in and support Movember G’day folks – it’s time to support Movember! I try not to be too needy and rarely ask you for anything (just to occasionally laugh at my jokes!) But now I’m on to the serious subject of Movember. It’s all about awareness and supporting […]Read More
A quick read for you today… Me and my bestie, Cynthia Mahoney have just finished our inaugural, first ever, premiere program of ‘Facilitate Standout Online Success’. It generated some fantastic sharing of ideas, tips and processes to use with groups online. (BTW – Many of the principles can be used […]Read More
I’ve just wrapped up a coaching project, working with clients presenting online at a national conference. We learnt a lot about the small and big differences between the live and virtual environments – here are just a few brief insights to help you when you’re next presenting online. What works […]Read More
This is a summary of my recent interview with ABC Radio, talking about my take on the Farm Business Resilience (FBR) program. The interviewer wanted my perspective on the Federal Government announcement about the Future Drought Fund and its plans to spend $20 million in the first year to help […]Read More
Today I want to give you my three fast tips for online stakeholder engagement. I’ve been doing lots of online stakeholder engagement work lately and I’ve learned some valuable things that I want to share with you now, specifically in regard to running online workshops. Tip 1 – Encourage responsibility […]Read More
How to use Turning Points for instructive insights I was first introduced to the Turning Points exercise by Bob Dick at an advanced facilitation workshop. In simple terms Turning Points can be used to improve trust within the team through reflection and safe disclosure. I’ve also used it as a […]Read More